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Washington State Quitline Materials (DOH)

These materials marketing the Washington State Quitline for smoking and vaping cessation were produced by the Washington State Department of Health and updated in 2023. You are welcome to download and share these materials any way you would like to help encourage more use of Quitline resources.


Social Media Graphics

Share information about the Quitline on social media using these 20 different graphics, optimized for Twitter, Facebook, and other platforms. Available in English and Spanish.

Download the social media graphics (English) (zip file)

Download the social media graphics (Spanish) (zip file)



4 different short videos optimized for social media sharing about the Quitline and its resources. Each English video is available in both captioned and non-captioned versions. Videos are also available in Spanish (no captions).

Download the videos as MP4 files:



These 12"x18" posters encourage people to "Get hooked on quitting" and note that unsuccessful past attempts to quit shouldn't be a barrier to trying again: "In fact, the more times you try to quit, the more likely it is that you'll quit for good on your next try."

Download the posters here:


Rack Cards

These 5"x10" rack cards encourage readers to "Find your freedom" and "Become a quitter," noting that smoking and vaping are expensive but you can quit for FREE.

The back of each card notes that the Quitline can make quitting easier, by providing you with resources like a quit kit, medication, and a personal Quit Coach.


Wallet Cards

Each of these 4.5"x3" wallet cards has English on the front and a second language (Chinese, Korean, or Vietnamese) on the back.

They encourage "Freedom from Vaping, Tobacco, Smoking" and provide the text and phone numbers as well as the website URL for the Washington State Quitline.


Contact the Clearinghouse:

Meg Brunner

Supported by the Northwest High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas, Washington Dept. of Health, and the Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Institute (ADAI), University of Washington
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